Wondering how best to demonstrate social value in your business tenders?
As we emerge from Covid-19 with the vision to Build Back Better, many organisations are embracing new business models including collaboration across private and public sectors along with the challenge to achieve better social value.
In September 2020, the momentum was further accelerated for businesses bidding for public contracts with the launch of the UK Government’s Procurement Policy Note – Taking Account of Social Value in the Award of Central Government Contracts (PPN06/20).
On 27th April at 12pm, join an experienced panel who will discuss valuable insights into what it’s all about and share practical guidance for those competitive tenders.
The discussions will cover:
• The law as it stands – PPN06/20
• What is the social value model?
• What about Wales?
• The Circular Economy.
• What is the point of it all?
• Best practice in tenders
• Benefits for tenderers and commissioners
About the Speakers:
Sue is the Head of Beever and Struther’s Charity sector. She brings a wealth of experience, having focused in the specialist sector areas of Charities, Social Housing and Education for over 18 years.
Sue’s clients are based in various areas of the UK including London. She has held training sessions to clients on various topics and enjoys supporting good governance in charities and has presented training sessions to clients on various topics. She also has an insight into Social Return on Investment and social impact reporting. Sue is also a Board member of a Charitable Housing Association.
Christian spends most of his time helping the NHS and other public sector bodies. He also advises private companies and third sector organisations on healthcare and public procurement matters, Judicial Review and other disputes. He always tries to help clients provide their services and save money, for example, settling a procurement dispute and thereby saving the client over £500,000. Christian has helped resolve many ongoing disputes and brings a fresh approach to problem solving. He is a great believer in mediation and alternative dispute resolution and has used this to conclude many cases that were viewed as unsolvable without court.